My Baba Measure / 5 September, 2019 / My Baba
From organic baby-wear and NASA street-wear to quick, healthy kids’ meals and a chicken wing festival, here’s what the My Baba team are loving this week.
Build your bundle of joy a bundle of goodies with Nuby. Choose between a newborn, weaning, or birthday bundle and arm yourself with the baby essentials with a 30% discount. The newborn package contains a blanket, toy, bottle, teether, bib and three bonus items — a great way to blitz through your checklist.
Shop now on Nuby-UK.com
French footwear brand Veja has partnered with kidswear brand Bonton to create a timeless collection of retro trainers in time for back to school. The minimalist design and block-coloured shoes are made from leather with wild rubber from the Amazonian forest.
Shop now on Bonton.fr
Kit & Kin, the eco-nappy brand that was co-founded by Emma Bunton, has a delightful baby-wear range — all ethically sourced and organic — featuring animal prints and woodland wildlife.
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Alphabet all-in-one, £21.99
World all-in-one, £21.99
Fox all-in-one, £21.99
Inspired by her trusty children’s cookbooks, Annabel Karmel has developed a range of chilled and frozen meals for kids, all of which are low in salt and help towards their 5-a-day. Suited for old-year-olds and above, the range, that includes Beef Lasagne, Fish Pie and Mild Chicken Tikka, is available at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Waitrose.
Find out more on AnnabelKarmel.com/
Silk Tots, the Australian brand on a mission to reduce baby bald spots and bedhead, has landed in the UK. The luxurious eco silk makers produce a range of cot slips, pillow slips and fitted sheets with prices starting from £40. Not only does silk battle against baby balding, but it’s also hypo-allergenic and dust mite repellent — good for children suffering from allergies.
Shop now on SilkyTots.co.uk
Who has the best wings in the UK? It’s soon to be decided at Wing Fest, ‘Europe’s biggest chicken wing show-down,’ according to DesignMyNight. Taking place in London (7-8 September) and Manchester (14-15 Sept), the wing-centric festival has competitors from across the UK rustling up their best chicken wings to be voted for on the Wing Fest app and be crowned King or Queen of the Wings. The festival also features fairground attractions, roaming musicians, street entertainment and much more. Children under 12-years-old get free entry with a paying adult.
Book tickets now on WingFest.co.uk